REACTIVITY: Clones react with lyssaviruses and can identify street and fixed rabies viruses as well as CVS-11 and HEP.
Analyte Specific Reagent. Not intended for diagnostic use.
Optimal dilution is to be determined by the user.
PROCEDURE USED FOR QUALITY CONTROL TESTING OF CLONES:
1. Remove the acetone-fixed Positive and Negative Control impression slides from the freezer and allow to equilibrate to room temperature.
2. If uncoated slides are used, encircle each impressio
Storage and Stability
Sodium azide, present in this reagent can form potentially explosive metal azides with lead and copper pipes. Upon disposal, flush with large volumes of water to prevent build-up in plumbing.
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